Tomatoes & Epsom Salt Tomatoes are prone to magnesium deficiency later in the growing season, and display this through yellow leaves and less production. When gardening, simply add one or two tablespoons per hole before planting the seeds or transplants. Then as the tomato matures, either work in one tablespoon of Ultra Epsom Salt per foot of plant height around the base of the tomato plant (individually), or create the tank sprayer solution mentioned above and use that every two weeks. Gardens Ideas, Green Thumb, Grown Vegetables, Growing Vegetables, Gardens Tools, Vegetables Gardens, Gardens Vegetables, Tomatoes Plants, Eating Plants
Epsom salts in the soil for tomatoes and peppers. Add a Tablespoon or so in the soil when first planting and then sprinkle more into the soil when mature.
Spraying epsom salt on plants boosts magnesium supply to plants and increases yield. Spraying 1 table spoon of epsom salt mix with 4 litre of water twice with 10 days gap could be used for good results. Tomatoes, peppers and rose can benefit extraordinarily